The Redefining Disability Project Post #2– On Definitions
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The Redefining Disability Project Post #2– On Definitions

    When I started blogging about disability, I found a lot of misconceptions and conflicting viewpoints about exactly what “disability” means. This post is my way of making sure that readers and participants in this project are on the same page. My definitions, language choices, and opinions on this issue are not universally accepted … Continue reading

A Slightly Longer and Out Of Turn Update
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A Slightly Longer and Out Of Turn Update

Redefining Disability   I’ve added a Redefining Disability Project Page. Right now it looks exactly like the Redefining Disability Intro Post, but I’ll be editing it as the project develops. Edited. I’m actively seeking guest posts for the series, and have added Guest Posting Guidelines. I’d like to thank Heather Massey of Galaxy Express and … Continue reading

The Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge
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The Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge

I got this idea from Marci’s 30 Days of Mental Illness Awareness Challenge.  I was thinking that some of the questions could apply to more than just mental illness, but others might not. So, I recommend checking out Marci’s challenge if you’re interested in mental health awareness  and my questions don’t float your boat.   … Continue reading

Sunday Update: ROW80 and Redefining Disability — 7/13/14
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Sunday Update: ROW80 and Redefining Disability — 7/13/14

  ROW80 I didn’t make any progress on the goals I made out for round three this week. I did write  about 15,000 words of stream of consciousness journaling/notes and another 5000 words or so of new character development to fix the problems I alluded to in Wednesday’s check in on my fiction projects. I’m … Continue reading